Adjacent to the wildlife reserve of Zachovouni, Kallithea is the most picturesque village in the wider area of Alifeira, between Andritsaina and Krestena. Nea Figaleia, located 13 kilometres northwest of Andritsaina, is also worth a visit.
While both villages lack any tourist accommodation options, they are typical examples of traditional Peloponnesian architecture. They mainly consist of adjacent houses built along the main road, as well as some detached ones, built amphitheatrically on the slopes of the mountains. The once uniform stone façades have now given way to a multitude of styles, though the traditional character of the villages has generally been preserved, and buildings are never more than two floors (six to nine metres) tall. To some extent, construction materials, especially stone, are still sourced locally, which contributes to an authentic appearance and a unique harmony with the surroundings.Visitors should seek out the very few traditional coffee shops and restaurants in the two villages to try some local delicacies, such as tsigaridia (salted and cured pork cuts).